Artsy
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showslow:

This beautiful typographic poster made of folded paper was designed and constructed by Montreal-based designers Kyosuke Nishida, Brian Li and Dominic Liu for the Words Can Fly A Thousand Miles Project. The piece shows a number of origami cranes bursting through the surface of carefully crafted type.
showslow:

This beautiful typographic poster made of folded paper was designed and constructed by Montreal-based designers Kyosuke Nishida, Brian Li and Dominic Liu for the Words Can Fly A Thousand Miles Project. The piece shows a number of origami cranes bursting through the surface of carefully crafted type.
showslow:

This beautiful typographic poster made of folded paper was designed and constructed by Montreal-based designers Kyosuke Nishida, Brian Li and Dominic Liu for the Words Can Fly A Thousand Miles Project. The piece shows a number of origami cranes bursting through the surface of carefully crafted type.
showslow:

This beautiful typographic poster made of folded paper was designed and constructed by Montreal-based designers Kyosuke Nishida, Brian Li and Dominic Liu for the Words Can Fly A Thousand Miles Project. The piece shows a number of origami cranes bursting through the surface of carefully crafted type.
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charmaineolivia:

Rose Ghost limited edition prints are now live in my shop! http://www.CharmaineOliviaShop.com/Each print measures 13” x 19” inches and is printed on 100% archival rag paper. Super limited run of 25. That’s it. xoxo
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arpeggia:

London-based artist Zadok Ben David created this installation using 12,000 cut steel botanical specimens modeled from old textbook illustrations, each embedded in a thin layer of sand. (via thisiscolossal)
arpeggia:

London-based artist Zadok Ben David created this installation using 12,000 cut steel botanical specimens modeled from old textbook illustrations, each embedded in a thin layer of sand. (via thisiscolossal)
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theartofanimation:

Christian Lassen
theartofanimation:

Christian Lassen
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hoploid:

HOPLOID likes the paintings of MARY JANE ANSELL.
hoploid:

HOPLOID likes the paintings of MARY JANE ANSELL.
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artgalleryofontario:

Study of a Head and Hands of St. John the Baptist, c. 1700s Pompeo Girolamo Batoni (Italian, 1708 - 1787) Drawing, red chalk with traces of white heightening on toned laid paper squared for transfer, 28.9 x 19.8 cm Gift from the Estate of R. Fraser Elliott, 2005
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devidsketchbook:

Artist, Curator David Mesguich - BORDER LINE
An epoxy resin sculpture done in 2009 for an exhibition in a gallery.
The piece represent a Palestinian worker crossing the border.
devidsketchbook:

Artist, Curator David Mesguich - BORDER LINE
An epoxy resin sculpture done in 2009 for an exhibition in a gallery.
The piece represent a Palestinian worker crossing the border.
devidsketchbook:

Artist, Curator David Mesguich - BORDER LINE
An epoxy resin sculpture done in 2009 for an exhibition in a gallery.
The piece represent a Palestinian worker crossing the border.
devidsketchbook:

Artist, Curator David Mesguich - BORDER LINE
An epoxy resin sculpture done in 2009 for an exhibition in a gallery.
The piece represent a Palestinian worker crossing the border.
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staceythinx:

Photographer Hengki Koentjoro is driven by “the desire to explore the mystical beauty of nature”. Here he looks for it in the skeletons of sea creatures. 
staceythinx:

Photographer Hengki Koentjoro is driven by “the desire to explore the mystical beauty of nature”. Here he looks for it in the skeletons of sea creatures. 
staceythinx:

Photographer Hengki Koentjoro is driven by “the desire to explore the mystical beauty of nature”. Here he looks for it in the skeletons of sea creatures. 
staceythinx:

Photographer Hengki Koentjoro is driven by “the desire to explore the mystical beauty of nature”. Here he looks for it in the skeletons of sea creatures. 
staceythinx:

Photographer Hengki Koentjoro is driven by “the desire to explore the mystical beauty of nature”. Here he looks for it in the skeletons of sea creatures. 
staceythinx:

Photographer Hengki Koentjoro is driven by “the desire to explore the mystical beauty of nature”. Here he looks for it in the skeletons of sea creatures. 
staceythinx:

Photographer Hengki Koentjoro is driven by “the desire to explore the mystical beauty of nature”. Here he looks for it in the skeletons of sea creatures. 
staceythinx:

Photographer Hengki Koentjoro is driven by “the desire to explore the mystical beauty of nature”. Here he looks for it in the skeletons of sea creatures. 
staceythinx:

Photographer Hengki Koentjoro is driven by “the desire to explore the mystical beauty of nature”. Here he looks for it in the skeletons of sea creatures.